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by Lynne L. Snowden Ph.D.,Bradley C. Whitsel Ph.D.

ePub Terrorism: Research, Readings and Realities download
Author:
Lynne L. Snowden Ph.D.,Bradley C. Whitsel Ph.D.
ISBN13:
978-0131173736
ISBN:
0131173731
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Publisher:
Pearson; 1 edition (December 25, 2004)
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Politics & Government
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Lynne L. Snowden, P. Bradley C. Whitsel, P. earned his doctorate in political science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

Lynne L. University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The Pennsylvania State University. In addition to his journal publications in these areas, he has written a book on a major North American new religious movement, The Church Universal and Triumphant (Syracuse University Press, 2003). is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

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Snowden, Lynne & Bradley C. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Snowden, Lynne & Bradley C. Snowden, Lynne L. (2003) Preventing Terrorism, 2nd Ed. To Be Published in August, 2003, Original Works Press, Xanedu Publications, Proquest Corporation.

Written by a variety of experts on terrorism and extremism, this volume contains original, cutting-edge essays that cover unusual aspects of these subjects and illuminate the significant developments and trends taking place in the field. The reader also examines some important case studies, and offers new insights into topics of growing concern and pressing importance.

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1 To fill or inspire with terror, reduce to a state of terror; especially to coerce or. deter by terror. The Oxford English Dictionary: Clarendon Press 1933; Volume XI, . 16. 2 1. As a political term applied to the Jacobins and their agents and partisans in the. French Revolution (1795), especially to those connected with the Revolutionary. Upper Saddle River, N. Pearson Prentice Hall. Director of the International Relations Department of the I. Jan 1987. 25. Ayatullah Shaykh Muhammad Ali Taskhiri. Snowden & Bradley C. Whitsel, (Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Press, pp. 341-352. Army War College (2003, 2006), Chapter 20: Management of Legal Affairs. Landpower Development Readings in Strategic Leadership National Security and Public Policy Perspectives in Leadership Dilemmas in Leadership Establishing a Command Climate for the 21st Century. Page 7 of 10. SERVICE Recent University Service.

Ross, Jeffrey Ian, Post 9/11: Are We Really Safer Now? (2005).

9 Pages Posted: 22 May 2014. See all articles by Jeffrey Ian Ross. Jeffrey Ian Ross (Contact Author).

Written by a variety of experts on terrorism and extremism, this volume contains original, cutting-edge essays that cover unusual aspects of these subjects and illuminate the significant developments and trends taking place in the field. The reader also examines some important case studies, and offers new insights into topics of growing concern and pressing importance. Individual units examine domestic, international, cultic, and atavistic terrorism; and the book concludes with a section on post 9/11 security concerns. For intergovernmental organizations, national governments, policy analysts, law enforcement groups, scholars, and a society at large faced with the arrival of tumultuous times.

  • Needed this for a Homeland Security class. It is VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY repetitive. I had to outline almost all of the chapters, and there were a few incidents that were overdone over and over and over. I learned about some groups and ideals that are used when dealing with the groups, but think that the repetitiveness could have been replaces with some other incidents that were left out. I did get a 98 in the class, so that helps, but when its the same 'ol same 'ol how could you not get the answers correct. This should have been more of a history book than anything else. I would have liked to have seen more about what can be done.

  • I bought this book as a required text for a class in a Master's level program. For a text, these articles were rather interesting. Many of the articles are about the definition and identification of terrorism and terrorists; the psychological aspect of membership in extremism. Later in the book, there are several articles regarding the Christian Identity Movement and other American-originated extremist groups which I found to be the most interesting articles of all. All the articles have been previously published elsewhere in academic and professional journals so the authors are professionals (law enforcement, government "think tanks", and professors, etc). Simply put, one of the more interesting texts I've ever read.